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Heat Coil Needs to be replace

I brought my first Range Rover two weeks ago. I have a 2000 Range Rover 4.6. I notice my front right tire had something leaking on the inside of it. I was told that it was my heat coil and that it needs to be replace. How much will that cost me if I took it to a dealer or is it something I can do myself

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  • josh1111 May 11, 2010

    did you just use the ac when you saw the leak?

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If you have a leak on the inside of the front tyre this is the swivel hub leaking. Go to ebay and look up "swivel hub grease". You need to replace the swivel hub oil with one shot grease.
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